Open Eye Gallery

Verified 19 Mann Island, Liverpool L3 1BP Location

Open Eye Gallery is an art gallery located in Liverpool, on 19 Mann Island, Liverpool L3 1BP. This gallery offers a wide range of artistic experiences, including exhibitions, art dealing services, events venues, and a photo agency. Visitors have praised the gallery's welcoming atmosphere and the friendly staff who provide recommendations for exploring other art destinations in Liverpool. The space is larger than expected, with a diverse collection of photographic works on display. Additionally, Open Eye Gallery showcases thought-provoking exhibitions that challenge societal issues such as poverty, mental health, and migration. The gallery is known for its stunning collection of photographs and its passionate staff who are always eager to engage with visitors. For anyone seeking an inspiring experience, Open Eye Gallery is a must-visit in Liverpool.

📍 Location

ℹ️ About

Name Open Eye Gallery
City Liverpool
Phone +44 151 236 6768

🙋‍♂️ Frequently asked questions about Open Eye Gallery

What is the contact phone number for the Art gallery?

The contact phone number for Open Eye Gallery is +44 151 236 6768

What are today's opening hours?

Today Monday, the opening hours for Open Eye Gallery are Closed and it is currently closed. Here are the opening hours for the entire week.

What is the street where Open Eye Gallery is located?

This Art gallery is located at 19 Mann Island, Liverpool L3 1BP.

What services does this Art gallery offer?

Art gallery, Art dealer, Events Venue, Photo agency

Is it open on Saturdays?

It's opened on Saturdays from 10 am–5 pm.

Is it open on Sundays?

It's opened on Sundays from 10 am–5 pm.

🕓 Opening Hours

Today, Monday, May 20, 2024, the opening hours for the Art gallery are Closed

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10 am–5 pm
Wednesday 10 am–5 pm
Thursday 10 am–5 pm
Friday 10 am–5 pm
Saturday 10 am–5 pm
Sunday 10 am–5 pm

👍👎 Reviews

17 users have reviewed Open Eye Gallery. You can write a review about this pharmacy using this form.

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Came to see our pictures in the exhibition, great space and we were made to feel really welcome ???? Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Niki Davies

7 months ago

Independent not-profit photography gallery, interesting shots of the problematic topics facing the world. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Iwona Kosek

9 months ago

Good range of photographic work on show. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Tracey Brown

9 months ago

I went to see the Liverpool Biennial 2023, and the space was bigger than I expected. There are more gallery-presented artworks upstairs, and people are super friendly there, they recommend how to visit other Biennial places. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait … More

Yu-wei Hou

10 months ago

A very welcoming team at this photography gallery. On this occasion displaying some challenging photographs using an amazing dress created from litter to discuss huge piles of rubbish. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Berenice Gibson

10 months ago

Small but great exhibition

Fanny H

11 months ago

Always good exhibitions, and the recent LCR Photo Awards was excellent, with work which resonated with life in the city region

Sean Robertson

1 years and 1 months ago

Gallery is too small in size and there’s not much to see.


1 years and 1 months ago

Craig Easton: Is Anybody Listening? Gritty monochrome images and personal stories of poverty, mental health and migration in post industrial Blackburn. Challenging

Bill Moody

1 years and 2 months ago

Small but ok

Garcia Calavera

1 years and 5 months ago

Stunning collection of photographs.

g sp

1 years and 5 months ago

As always, excellent gallery run by excellent people. Go see a show there, any show is doesn't matter. Engage with the staff if you would like to know more as they are so passionate about the work that they do, you will leave feeling inspired by them and the artist's work.

Neil Morrin

1 years and 6 months ago

It’s a fatherly small photography gallery. First floor mainly has portraits. Second floor mainly displays buildings. The photos they have are quite standard, interesting enough for general audience, but not that niche compare to some other contemporary photography galleries. Absolutely love the bookshop. It has a lot of amazing photography books, pamphlets and cool stationeries. One thing I enjoy the most is the art corner, where you can cut off pieces from different magazines and make your own collage art postcards, then leave it on the shelf. Very great idea for people to engage in art and photography closely.

Etheria H

5 months ago

Amazing place to see a community of photographers that aren't famously known, exhibit. Enjoyed my time there. Declan was so welcoming Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure … More

Nicole lindsay

5 months ago

Nice place Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Noble Mathew

1 months ago

I had a look around the Open Eye gallery. The staff were quite helpful and encouraging. I saw a video about people using bamboo to make some kind of exhibition. This drew my attention because one of the locations that they used was Wirral Country Park in Thursaston. I wasn’t sure about what they were trying to make or whether the message that they were advocating was a useful one. The group seemed to be suggesting that bamboo should be grown in the UK as it is a useful and sustainable material. However, I wasn’t quite convinced by this message. I was under the impression that bamboo could be invasive, like Japanese knotweed and the qualities that make it sustainable (fast to grow and strong) are precisely the qualities that could cause it to endanger the ecosystem.I wasn’t quite sure exactly what they were making in the video either and why it was a useful thing to do beyond a visual arts display. The group were melting plastic bottles which caused toxic fumes to be emitted into the air.I am an environmentalist myself (I don’t drive, I haven’t flown for well over 10 years), so I am always keen to hear about sustainable solutions but I wasn’t quite sold on the ideas presented in this video.There were some nice paintings in other parts of the gallery, but nothing in particular drew my attention. It was quite a small gallery in general.When I went to scan the QR code to leave feedback, this took me to a broken link. When I told the staff about this, they said that they would look into getting this fixed.

Nicholas Hatton

2 months ago

Amazing Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait … More

Namrata Desai

3 months ago

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